Two probes, continuing science
Huygens landed and Deep Impact crashed, but scientists are still learning from both events.
November 28, 2005
|A tale of two space probes played out in 2005, and for planetary scientists, it was definitely the best of times. Huygens' quiet landing on Saturn's moon Titan and Deep Impact's spectacular smash-up achieved their respective goals. But once the cheering ended, the hard work of analyzing the probes' data began — and it continues today. |
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